For Joe Threat (http://misterjoesprinkle.etsy.com), creating the ultimate barbecue rub has been a lifelong quest.
Read the Etsy blog post here: http://etsy.me/olemansrub.
What began as a clothing line producing hand-sewn T-shirts, Alabama Chanin (http://www.alabamachanin.com) now empowers local economies across the South.
Read the Etsy blog post: http://etsy.me/chaninblog.
We team up with crafty dad Joel Henriques for the perfect Mother's Day project: a sweet memento that will complement her modern home.
To download the template for this project visit http://etsy.me/birdmobile on the Etsy blog!
Meet Alabama's Doo-Nanny founders Butch Anthony and John Henry Toney. Wend your way through Butch Anthony's perpetually-evolving Alabama compound, where artifacts, oddities, and folk art take root.
Read the full Etsy blog post: http://www.etsy.com/blog/en/?p=12509.
Images Courtesy of:
Orange Hill Art
Satiate the need for heat with a jar of your own liquid spice. The recipe's secret ingredient is sure to tickle the tip of your guests' jaded tongues.
Find the full recipe here: http://etsy.me/e2Ahaq.
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